NFL TE Darren Waller Releases Song After Divorce With WNBA Star Kelsey Plum

New York Giants tight end Darren Waller is usually known for catching passes on the football field, or sometimes rather dropping them... so the NFL player decided to also drop a song about his love life. This is coming a month after the news of Waller's recent divorce with WNBA star Kelsey Plum.

The song is titled "Who Knew (Her Perspective)."

In regards to Waller's intention in making the song, the one-time Pro bowler evidently wanted to reflect back on his relationships and try to see them from his exes' point of view.

"As the song is an attempt to see things from the woman's perspective, the video is an extension of that, ending with me being alone and wondering why they wounded me and left me there."

The marriage between Waller, 31, and Plum, 29, didn't last long as the two had a wedding in March 2023, and upon the announcement of the divorce back in April of this year, the Las Vegas Aces star reportedly was "devastated" according to TMZ.

The two-time WNBA champion made the following statement, "I walked through fire for that man, but now I see it's time to go. God has given me an incredible life, and I'm truly so grateful for the profound love from my family and friends."

Fans have seemingly mocked the NFL player for making his hit single. Although this was not a laughing matter for Waller, who wanted to be open about the shortcomings in his past relationships.

"I've struggled with intimacy in romantic relationships my whole life, and I recognize the toll it has taken on the lovers I've been close to."

But as everyone knows, the internet can be a not so nice space for those wishing to express themselves creatively.

With this in mind, fans are all thinking that Waller may want to put down the microphone and stick to his day job.

Due to injuries, his career has been on a downward trajectory, ever since his back-to-back 1,000 yard receiving seasons on the Raiders. Last season in 12 games played, Waller had 52 catches for 552 yards and one touchdown.